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Swiss Ball Abs and Core


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1.0 out of 5 stars Surprise - PORN! (Wrong DVD in case) 4 Sept. 2016
By Lazar - Published on Amazon.com
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My boyfriend bought this DVD to get back in shape and put off opening it until he finally decided to get in gear today. To his surprise, when he put the DVD in the player, the soothing sounds of alto saxophone alarmed him while the sensual collection of Emmanuelle's erotic journey in space greeted him. I got back from my run to him trying to write a review because he can't get his money back since he put off opening the DVD for so long. Needless to say, we'll be getting in a different kind of workout this Labor Day Weekend. But it'd still be nice if he could work on his abs.... Any help would be great.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent for Neurologic Reprogramming of Core and Low Back Kinetic Chains 4 Aug. 2012
By Dr. David - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm a chiropractor and I make almost almost all of my patients do this video phase 1, 3 x/ week, and they get excellent results. When the low back gets injured it loses it's normal control of core and low back muscles and patients show up in my office with pain and uneven leg length. Adjusting them evens them out, but in order for adjustments to hold, the low back needs to be neurologically reprogrammed with enough of the correct repetitive exercises to remind the brain that their are muscles on both side of the spine and that they need to work together. I have yoga instructors and Pilates instructors, ppl with huge muscles, all sorts of ppl with pain and they don't know why. These exercises 3-4x/ week help them when done correctly. They come in within a few weeks without pain and with nothing further for me to adjust. Most importantly I've given them a tool that they can use to fix themselves. -Dr. David Sundy, Chiropractor & Knee Specialist, San Francisco
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5.0 out of 5 stars I can see my stomach muscles!!! 25 Nov. 2008
By Fishstix - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this DVD. I love the challenges, the pacing, the variety, and the duration. And the more times you do it, the harder it gets because you can do the exercises more precisely and focus on better form. The music could be better (tho phase 3 isn't bad), but that's not what's important to me.

Granted, I have Swiss ball experience and my balance is pretty good. I've had personal trainers in the past, and have had years of yoga practice. I can see how beginners might have a hard time. Perhaps they could have a friend help them with their form, or just focus on doing a half version of the exercise at first (e.g., just hold push up position with toes on the ball, vs. also pulling the ball in toward your stomach and extending out).

I have a ruptured and herniated disc in my lower back, and have always had a soft squishy belly. Almost every morning I wake up with some level of lower back pain. You'd think the last thing I should do is a core workout. But it truly helps me get my day started without ibuprofen. The stretching at the beginning helps a lot, and the exercises are pretty safe. My core is getting so much stronger. I've been doing this video (mostly phase 2) and the Perfect Abs video 4xs/week for about 2 months now and there's a definite difference in my appearance. I don't have a six pack, but I'm not sure I'd want that as a woman anyway. I'm 36 and my 16-year-old nephew tells me my stomach looks better than his. Believe me, that was not the case 2 months ago.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected 4 Dec. 2012
By Chris - Published on Amazon.com
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I have done both Insanity and P90X workouts which both have their own ab workouts which I thought were difficult. What is interesting about this one is it didn't feel as hard during the workout but afterwards I was much sorer and got results more quickly! I think it has to do with the instability but I definitely felt it across more of the core muscles than the previous workouts.

The moves can be difficult to learn and even dangerous if you don't take the time to learn to balance on the swiss ball. Once you get past that, it is a great, simple workout that produces great results!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars RESULTS! 11 July 2007
By TooTooMaGoo - Published on Amazon.com
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After only three weeks of using this DVD I had results I could see and feel. I've tried other DVDs and contraptions that promise tighter abs in a record amount of time, but this is the first product that truly delivers!

I think what impresses me most and makes this DVD so easy to follow is it's simple, straightforward approach. Fitness expert Adam Ford leads you through the moves, which he thoroughly explains and you are able to take at your own pace. Because the DVD is so basic without annoying music or visual distractions it's easy to come back to again and again.

Surprisingly, a tighter, stronger midsection wasn't the only positive outcome of using this program. By strengthening my lower back and other core muscles my posture has improved dramatically.

I've recommended this DVD to several friends of different ages and all have had great results! I can't wait to try the other DVDs offered by Ridgeline Fitness.
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